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#166 - apr 10th 2016

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Panoply design
A Creative Company using nice full screen images and videos.

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
We Work With Ruby rb
A job marketplace for rubyists.
Colorion design
Curated Color Palettes with Search and Tags Support.
Coders Log tool
A collection of community link-log about different code topics.
OpenPGP Best Practices tool
In these troubled times, it's good to refresh our personal cryptography habits.
GitLab Pages tool
Websites for your GitLab projects, user account or group, like on Github. But not sure it's in the community edition.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
optcarrot rb
A NES emulator written in Ruby
zxcvbn-ruby rb
Ruby port of Dropbox's zxcvbn javascript lib
notifyor rb
Get realtime notifications on desktop (except windows).
Grunt 1.0.0 released apr 4 js
A big milestone for that well-known javascript processor.
Node-RED js
A visual tool for wiring the Internet of Things.
CFSSL go
CloudFlare's PKI and TLS toolkit

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
How to Deal with Timezones the Active Support Way apr 3 rb
ActiveSupport in Ruby on Rails 4.0+ has a built in list of all supported timezones on the TimeZone class.
Producing Documentation for Your Rails API apr 5 rb
The quicker a developer can understand and finish up the integration with your API, the fewer headaches your team will have when providing support.
CSS containment apr 5 css3
Some words about the contains property.
Introducing DGit apr 5 ops
A new distributed storage system that dramatically improves the availability, reliability, and performance of serving and storing Git content.
RubyGems.org gem replacement vulnerability and mitigation apr 6 rb
Gem replacement vulnerability on RubyGems.org, gems with hypen in their name are affected.
Some facts about the Ruby Hero awards apr 6 rb
An interesting rant about the Ruby Heroes initiative and how it's organized.
Getting Started with Browserify apr 6 js
Browserify lets you use require in the browser, the same way you'd use it in Node.
Debouncing and Throttling Explained Through Examples apr 6 web
Use debounce, throttle and requestAnimationFrame to optimize your event handlers.
Managing Data Storage with Blockchain and BigchainDB apr 6 tool
BigChainDB offers to supply a lot of functionality missing from current NoSQL and distributed databases.
GPG signature verification apr 6 tool
A new feature for Github."
Generate Excel Spreadsheets with Rails and the Axlsx Gem apr 7 rb
Axlsx excels at helping you generate beautiful Office Open XML Spreadsheet documents without having to understand the entire ECMA specification.
Debugging techniques in Elixir apr 7 el
Other approaches to debugging Elixir code, beyond IO.inspect.
LogZoom, a fast and lightweight substitute for Logstas apr 8 go
Log data indexer written in Go, competitor of Logstash or Fluentd.
One Rails App With Many Databases apr 9 rb
It may be useful to connect to different databases for a variety of reasons
Links curated by mose (publisher), xenor, tysliu (editors), Nauman Tariq, hsatac (contributors) .

Rant

The random rant of the week by mose.

Go again

That's years that I'm trying to do something real with go. I mean, it is a very attractive language with quite a special workflow and toolbox. From time to time I write some small script for keeping contact with that language. Last week I made this one to list links pinned in our Greenruby slackroom to prepare the letter, So I can open them all at once to check them in my browser. With time passing, seems that Go now has a really complete collection of libraries for a lot of usages. I think I will have push a little the slack api soon, and maybe do some real go coding.

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